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own revolutionary call so after tonight so violent pressures leave the center of ukraine's capital devastated and many of those guarding is in hospital. thank you for being beyond the control of the moderate opposition as far right movements and extremists move we discuss the nationalistic turn with an act first in just a few minutes. syria's opposition decides it will attend peace talks after the re trying to take into iran just a day before the geneva summit starts a move called a mr. russian diplomat was attending the peace talks to focus on the terrorism plaguing syria and the reports of all kinds of training camps across the
country. hello and welcome to our senior national trend line from moscow my name is you know shapovalov tell a story now and around to go opposition supporters in the ukrainian counter so continue sold on police barricades for a second night and to government protests they want to force country's entire leadership out the rioters say they're not leaving and warned that recently published new rules aimed at preventing them from holding rallies would only bruise the violence there. and quickly passed as the crisis escalated. for. tension may have come down in
terms of the noise at the governmental court in kiev but it's still far from settled only a few meters are separating the police lines and the line of the protesters or the rioters and still sometimes exchanging project hours at each other over the night we saw an attempt by the police to push the protesters off this particular place here the failed attempt when the protesters started charging with a writer started charging at the police the police had to withdraw and ever since then it's been like that the standoff continues over here it looks like yet another barricade with what remains of the police cars which were burned here on sunday night basically separating the line of the rioters and the police from time to time the protesters and the police are exchanging projectiles these rocks over here still being used to be thrown at the police during the night we also saw something very completely peculiar for ukraine in cases of vigilantism when the protesters organized something of a safari hunt on what they describe as pro-government provocateurs the court
several of them took them to the revolution they had go to organize the civic trial that took them out into the independence square and urged them to apologize for their actions more than several hundred people are still injured in hospitals including more than one hundred policemen which is something unprecedented not only for ukraine but for many other countries in the world and the word on the street here is that the authorities may actually consider implementing an emergency state in the country on thursday if things continue the way they do we're certain following all the developments in kiev will bring you the latest updates as we get them the crowd has to fast spiraled out of control over the weekend most of those injured were policeman diagnosed with head injuries stumm wounds and poisoning a big u.s. and the he justifies down west by saying it was provided by the ukrainian authorities said historian and ukraine as analyst any polish knowledge. says a base point there's nothing the government could do to satisfy the west.
ask yourself would do any western government confronted with the exact same problem or even something a lot milder how would they respond i think that the default response from the west is that the ukrainian government can do no right so whatever they do they're going to be condemned for it so they may as well i figure and i'm guessing that from their behavior they're figuring it as well they may as well do everything they can in their power to secure the rule of law to suppress the violent protesters and to make sure that this does not boiling over into civil war i think a modicum of force is appropriate when you're facing violent protesters you have to send a message that this will not be tolerated you have to send a message if you stand for them in the law breakers will not be allowed to run rampant and i think from what i've seen they've acted with you are able restraint especially again compared to what western law enforcement would routinely do in such circumstances. the riots in kio have highlighted a rise in nationalist movements and extremism and most of russia's political
analyst dmitri babich believes opposition leaders are trying to cover up their radical side that's a new political and other so-called moderate nationalist leaders although they're not moderate by european standards first they fail to sort of condemn these actions of no not just be fair to separate themselves from the neo nazis. at some time but i think you can deny that no marches were involved he said these were all for the girls for going to court which you know which was a voice of light which you know that this is serious i mean how can you afford to burn people and process and for all we know the whole feels like it's going to lead to these people rescued from the very beginning and it's a shame for the western press more than all just don't know how not to have noticed them think twelve and four and five and two futile reasons why it should be the western public of all to see what's inside and the body nice ukrainian people there
or you know these are not people you know. i made the tension on the ukrainian capital are saying to national we'll keep you up to date with events throughout the day and also log on to r.t. dot called for live updates from kiev. less than twenty four hours before the peace talks in syria begin in switzerland he continues to look at the challenges ahead. russia's concerned that international efforts to find a solution to the syrian crisis could be undermined by the absence of iran one of the region's key players moscow's foreign minister said revoking iran's invitation to the talks is a mistake the un made the decision following and also made some from syria's main western backed opposition group. isn't switzerland ahead of the start of talks on
wednesday. the international peace conference on syria taking place here in this small swiss town of montreal on the shores of lake geneva is truly an international achievement it took so much time and so much effort but it's finally going to happen the syrian authorities and the rebels after years of fighting and unimaginable violence by going to finally sit down and negotiate but if the assad government did confirm that it was going to take part in the coppers a long time ago the same can be said about the opposition they've been constantly changing their mind even in the last twenty four hours and mainly because of iran a key regional player which was also supposed to take port moscow and washington which had been pretty much organizing this conference had been saying that its success why we depends on the patience of anyone with an influence on the situation there in syria and iran is definitely one of these powers. you remember how the opposition reacted to the u.n. envoy to. revoke the awful way returning the tickets in six hours time
all in all this is an ugly situation. that iran not taking part in the conference is not a catastrophe but it will definitely not help unite the muslim community in the fight against terror which is also going to be one of the key issues on the table here in montreal since besides the political opposition it is widely known that terrorists including al qaeda linked groups are fighting there in syria as well so as the chief diplomat continue to gather here in montreaux of course we'll be covering the whole conference and we'll be bringing you the latest details as it happens and jonathan steele who is a columnist on international affairs of britain's guardian newspaper believes the geneva talks such as the first step of the. prior says that's must involve iran. all the countries that are involved closely in the syrian situation. are providing arms or giving support to one of the political sides need to be there if that's
going to be a gradual demilitarization you position of local ceasefires from some genuine political talks to compromise all the surrounding countries need to be very and it's absurd to cut one of them everybody saying that this should be a process this is just the first step in a person. one hopes that they will agree to meet again and certain date fairly soon and that in the meantime iran will be brought back into the discussion because you know if you're trying to deal with a war obviously people are very ferociously opposed to each other but you've got to get them talking just to say well somebody is on one side and therefore can't take it makes no sense a tool in terms of international diplomacy in peacekeeping. the threat of terrorism in syria especially those posed by al qaeda to be the main focus of talks in geneva john is groups operating in the country outside getting the government and their fellow rebels fierce clashes have left more than
a thousand opposition fighters dead since the start all they care and as all she's marine upward now reports now some billy washington's previous indiscriminate support for the rebels is partly responsible here. when the enemy of your enemy is your enemy things can get complicated it's a conundrum the u.s. faces in syria where political financial and military support to the rebels has subsequently served to create a new hotbed for al-qaeda if with far less did not. stay in power or if he's weakened then syria could become that base another base like pakistan and that in afghanistan before it. uses a springboard to go into these other countries oh experts say an influx of extremist groups has turned the war torn country into a terrorist training center posing a greater threat to american interests than the leader washington wants removed
these groups are much more dangerous than we have tens of thousands of international fighters coming in in a very fundamentalist a possible we've almost come full circle after afghanistan on nine eleven where where we are seeing these groups still fighting for fundamental. principles what began as an anti-government uprising three years ago has turned into an internal fight between opposition blocs the free syrian army set up to battle assad has more and more found that its hands are full just defending themselves against you potus who are seeking a foothold in the country this leaving us officials acknowledging a loss of control over the war it initially supported. we. are deeply concerned about the rise of extremism. the world needs no reminder that syria has become the magnet for jihadists and extremists it is the strongest magnet for
terror of anyplace today and as world powers start gathering in geneva to map out a peace plan for syria they are being announced to the plug on terrorism. which should produce clear results with regard to the fights against terrorism in syria in particular it needs to put pressure on countries that are exporting terrorism by sending terrorists money and weapons to terrorist organizations especially saudi arabia turkey and of course the western countries that. was organizations no one ever imagined america would in any way support merino port r.t. new york. meanwhile violence caused by a terror group says syria is a player across the border they all kind of affiliated japan own this for a very last claimed responsibility of one massive explosion in a show dominated district of lebanon's compas so that's code at least for people.
but even countries a long way from syria's borders could be wrong or a blow to the threat from terrorism reports have emerged that al qaida is training europe into harvest in syria specifically to set up terrorist cells back home and maria for notional reports now from damascus. despite the international community separate now for its efforts to bring peace to syria and its people the brutal conflict now has a new face radical militants have long used children in their fight against a mask but now more and more women in both local and from the west have been dragged into jihad some apparently make the journey to marry fall into is who they appear ready to support no matter what's in the u.k. a blog even helps those who want to marry militant travel to the country here in syria training camps have been set up by al qaida in areas held by and to
government forces or aspiring female extremists is the most severe thing to see women join them and then encourage some to swap a traditional way of life for weapons and suicide belts traction it's clear women draw less attention from the police and security forces western officials are concerned about the rising number of their nationals looking to syria to take part in the war they're afraid that after being trained to kill these men and women will return to their home towns. by one level defect it is sad that is that is precisely what's meant to groups are hoping to achieve because in two different sources there are up to two thousand european fighters here in syria who joined rebels groups many of which have ties to al qaida for the time being they remain here in syria learning how to make and determine a goal and how to use a kalashnikov all the time waiting for the moment when their fatso norwich could be
pulled to interaction with the geneva two talks set to kick off on wednesday there remain those who wants no part in a political solution and are resolved to stay away from the negotiations and they how to expand that you had. not see from damascus syria. as the world's top diplomats head to switzerland we'll keep you updated on the diplomatic build up to wednesday's syrian peace conference on air and online. after three years of. the death toll of over one hundred thousand. homeless a and common sense come together with one mention. war is not the answer. does peace have a chance. and coming up later in the program ninety days after
the death of lenin his ideas are alive they socialist values which is fine becoming honest i can come back into fashion sense today wild economic woes. and our move for sending foreigners bought hollow government stuff and britain get gifts for kicking out asylum seekers the house coming up after the break. as a new physician i swear to abide by the hippocratic oath. to the best of my ability and judgment. i will prescribe for the good of my patients. i will not give deadly doses to anybody.
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a system where money and power mattered much more down didn't do the deputy of the majority of the founding fathers of the united states would constantly say that they were not trying to instill democracy that saddam obviously was horrible they wanted topps we institute a republic and they purposely designed the institutions to as they put it exclude the majority from for just a patient. this is an international welcome bonk and today's benign just anniversary of the death of men in the mine credited with changing the course of history in russia and the world his body is in public display in central moscow and just lying to him the ideas he launched
a revolution for are not exactly buried for russians seventy years of the soviet union has left most people in different towards and that is legacy although he remains popular in a way to sell seven years and in world avant however the socialist ideas he foresaw how gain some traction in the west and we spoke to danish newspaper ads. gold says it's because people have grown disillusioned with compton it's. after the nine years of the crisis and the coverage of the system with more and more people experiencing the consequences of the crisis these ideas they never really disappeared and now they're coming back people are naturally looking for alternatives and i think when you look at europe today the figures speak for themselves with one out of every four years. the risk of poverty and slim to five million unemployed europeans. alternatives even though rome is different than it was at the time of lenin it's not fundamentally changed so i think his ideas are still relevant and appealing to
a lot of people today. online for you see international as sweet dreams are not made of these moments he just called one of the most popular prescription drugs in the us is reportedly turning people into cameras instead of sending them to sleep for a blissful night's rat. and an unorthodox danger to the pope as a feeble vatican god claims there is an underground network of homosexuals against him. which is government workers are being rewarded for saying no in exchange for attracting asylum applications home office staff receive gift vouchers and even extra holiday point to buy a car has more. failed asylum seekers that have been told to leave britain can apply here to the u.k.'s home office to have their cases reviewed it's a last ditch attempt to stay in the u.k.
if they can prove that their lives back home are in danger but it's been revealed that home office employees are set targets they're supposed to be winning seventy percent of these cases that means that they're aiming to keep out seventy percent of the people that have really applied to stay in britain after their asylum cases have already been rejected if they can hit that target they're rewarded with holiday days cash bonuses and high street shopping vouchers these incentives don't have any place in these sorts of cases where people's life and limb can quite literally be at stake is being repeated instances of other pressures for management coming down to those making these decisions in individual cases there was a toy gorilla that they called the grown monkey and that was placed on the desk of any official brave enough against that backdrop to make a decision to go and someone saw him on their application the home office says that
no vouchers are issued purely for winning cases they say that other factors are taken into consideration as well but they refused to say just how many vouchers have been handed out to asylum and immigration staff but a parliamentary oncet reveals that since july twenty eighth well of eleven high street shopping vouchers have been awarded to staff in asylum cases for a one off recognition of individual performance at court polevoy r.t. london. and some other international news stories in brief pakistan's military has launched several as suspects a ton of holes on the border with afghanistan officials say at least twenty three missions were killed but according to a local residents many of the victims world villagers. the military says the air strikes were in response to recent ton of fun at times which left i would say just soldiers and civilians dead. thailand has declared
a state of emergency for the recent violence between protesters and supporters of the ruling party in one cog the power of the security forces has been expanded and they can no arrest as such people with limited or parliamentary oversight thousands of people are continuing their months ronnie's and by car in a bid to bring down the prime minister and do whale upcoming parliamentary things. wider areas of indonesia are in the grip of massive floods as heavy rain. country thousands of people have been evacuated to safe safe with rescue troops action for others who might have been cutoff so the disaster has claimed at least twenty lives and officials say the rainfall will continue for the rest of the. the only in south sudan as it has a recount should take a turn for the rebels and the oil which up a nice state. government finances insist they're still in control of parts of the
city and they don't go in bottles another possibly country thousand people have been killed and tens of thousands displaced in violence that erupted last december after an attempted. and up next a glimpse into a siberian cult leader is guiding his phone down an eccentric palm to spiritual life. another whistle blowers facing a lot of heat including a wave of death threats but what did she discover some sort of dark secret cia plans or some other plot for a new war of luxury no she exposed something far more dangerous and important to the zombies on their couches the university of north carolina athletes are mentally
unfit for college and even high school mary willing to blew the whistle on the fact that between eight and ten percent of the school's football and basketball players read of the fourth grade level and many others are sub college level she also claims that these students were allowed into the university based on the screening process done by the university even implying that the u. of n.c. knew exactly who they were letting into the university remember college football makes a lot of money i always had a feeling that something like this was going on i mean according u.s.c. . many college athletes claim that during the season they put in more than double the amount of hours on sports that they are allowed that's fifty to sixty hours a week how can they possibly learn anything maybe it isn't so sad that the schools and it is a reflection of economics what is sad is that the whistleblower is getting death threats just for saying that it is going on by those stupid hardcore fans but that's just my opinion.
as it's christmas time for a few people or stealing all you're. there in our pocket we give them a bonus every year and they do what ever we want what ever we want the f.b.i. or crooks to the f.b.i. or that's funny it's a farce it's american justice is a is a farce the f.b.i. is i think the cost of bribing the f.b.i. has gone down there is fear deflation because the brother bill is going dead in america under obama's america this isn't a place of. in the heart of the impossible siberian tiger lissa group dedicated to following a man who calls himself the seri and every year on august eighteenth members of
a week before going to siberia we visited the belgorod region to meet. a form of the syrian follower she's one of very few former members of the sect willing to talk about her experience. and i first heard about it when i was in st petersburg they showed a film that affected me deeply and i cried so hard you wouldn't believe what the film was about humility and pride and it really worked in my mind but it didn't say anything about him being christ except it as an ecovillage but the spiritual side is destructive is a u.f.o. enthusiast and it occurred to him sometimes that he was the second coming with. you both explains how she finally came to join the community she worked as a physiotherapist there she gives confused accounts as if reluctant to discuss the hardest part of her own personal heartbreak when she left the community in the siberian tiger seven years ago.